Cross Kirkland Corridor Interim Trail—
Enjoy a compacted crushed gravel trail from 108th Ave NE to Slater Ave. With the exception of the NE 124th Street and Totem Lake Boulevard intersection, the rail ties have been removed, the crossings have been paved, and rapid flashing beacons have been installed. Additionally, asphalt approaches to intersections, concrete sidewalks, and safety fencing along sensitive areas have been installed. Walk, run, stroll, bike and experience the CKC.
Be sure to visit the Family Fitness and Play Area on the CKC near the Google Campus:
Family Fitness & Play Area
UPDATE: Musical Holiday Lights on the CKC!
- 16-foot wide paved trail
- Total Body Resistance Exercise (TRX) training area
- Children’s Playground and zip line
- Sand volley ball court
- Gathering place
- Basketball court
Be wowed by the lights and sounds of the holiday season. Kick off event Friday, Dec. 4, 2015, 5 to 6:30 p.m. (Light show starts at 5:30 p.m.) on the CKC at the Google Campus. Free to the public. Visit the play area to view the light display during the month of December. Light show programmed by Google engineers.
Looking for places to access the Interim Trail and find parking? Check out the "CKC Trail Connections Map
" (PDF-Aug. 2015).
There are many exciting improvements yet to come to the CKC. Stay connected to the CKC and receive updates via email
. See you on the CKC!
Connectivity to schools, parks, businesses and neighborhoods. Multi-modal transportation opportunities. A recreation and business corridor that reflects Kirkland’s commitment to balanced transportation, economic development, and parks, open spaces and recreational services. The City’s vision for the Cross Kirkland Corridor
is fast becoming a reality. Kirkland is one of the region’s most livable communities with its desirable blend of work and leisure. A commitment to a healthy environment and healthy lifestyle with opportunities to work close to home, school, and services, makes Kirkland attractive to those who create businesses here, those who live here, and those who are visiting. The Kirkland community has long recognized the importance of this corridor and its potential as a world-class, world-famous, example of sustainability and livability.